Twenty dollars a week doesn't go far
. Expenses had been greater than she had calculated.
'This is all very well, Mr Nickleby, and very proper, so far as it goes--so far as it goes, but it doesn't go far
RAIL campaigners have welcomed a PS1 billion investment in new tracks and stations in Kirklees - but warn it doesn't go far
It's just a shame that, although Tiny Metal's grid-based battling is almost equal to the strategic quality of Advance Wars, this unashamed clone doesn't go far
But Labour spokesperson on defence Brendan Ryan said the hike doesn't go far
"(The ban) doesn't go far
enough, but what is really great is it's started the conversation," she told Radio New Zealand, Reuters reported.
And it's significant that staunch remainers like Nicola Sturgeon and Scots Labour MP Ian Murray have also said May's proposed compromise doesn't go far
It appears that the opposition goes too far in its suggestions for reforms and the government doesn't go far
enough- a balance needs to be achieved.
But Thorburn, a former Wales captain and tournament director of the 1999 World Cup, says the move doesn't go far
Although the offer doesn't go far
enough to make up for the years of austerity over the last decade, there is a recognition that there has been movement by COSLA to address a number of key concerns covering craft workers.
"Anti-democratic hypocrites" doesn't go far
enough in describing the LibDems.
But women's groups insist the text doesn't go far
enough to collect the consent of its users.( ANI )
I read Korwin's articles with great interest, and one of his latest (Gun Rights, "A Dangerous Precedent," Sept/ Oct 2016) is a good article but it doesn't go far